Tang Vase in Amber Stardust 9"h

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Tang Vase in Amber Stardust 9"h

225.00

A tradition form of Ben’s family and influenced from early research into pottery forms during the Tang Dynasty of Chinese culture. The amber stardust glaze on this piece is one of the newer variations of color . Measuring 9”h x 5.25” x 5.25”

Amber Stardust is a matte-crystal glaze that Ben Owen III developed over a 2-year span and approved for sale in 2012. The name is derived from the amazing photographs of actual stardust beamed back to Earth at the time from the Hubble Space Telescope. Amber Stardust works require a kiln temperature meticulously controlled to over 2,300° Fahrenheit, with specific rising and falling temperature rates to encourage micro-crystal growth and render this stunning final product. The glaze is applied by carefully airbrushing multiple layers of different glazes unto a piece. Titanium-rich ingredients in the glazes promote crystal development. Manganese and Iron tints the crystals amber and yellow color.

Stardust Amber is a matte-crystal glaze that Ben Owen III developed over a 2-year span and approved for sale in 2012. The name is derived from the amazing photographs of actual stardust beamed back to Earth at the time from the Hubble Space Telescope. Amber Stardust works require a kiln temperature meticulously controlled to over 2,300° Fahrenheit, with specific rising and falling temperature rates to encourage micro-crystal growth and render this stunning final product. The glaze is applied by carefully airbrushing multiple layers of different glazes unto a piece. Titanium-rich ingredients in the glazes promote crystal development. Manganese and Iron tints the crystals amber and yellow color.

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